When a news report as hideous as this one comes along, no one is really surprised to discover the culturally enriched aspects of the crime. Even if they are not allowed to discuss it, most citizens of major Western European cities surely expect that grotesquely violent crime and debased behavior are overwhelmingly the province of Third World immigrants, and especially adherents of the Religion of Peace.
Nor does it come as a surprise, when the names of the perpetrators are finally revealed in court, to find out that the crime has a high Mohammed Coefficient — in this case, 100%.
In places such as Sweden, publication of the names of defendants is not permitted, even after they are convicted, so that the ethnicity or religious affiliation of the perps has to be deduced from incidental information. In other countries the surnames are omitted, so newspaper readers are subjected to absurd accounts of, say, a gang rape committed by “Mohammed S., Muhammad R., Mohamed A., and Abdul H.” (MC: 75%)
There is scant public discussion of why these atrocities so often result in a gaggle of Mohammeds queued up for their stretch in a state penal facility. In those rare cases when reasons are adduced, they are generally economic and “cultural” — poverty brought about by lack of education — or, preferably, the fault of the natives, whose “racist” attitudes and behaviors are to blame for the misguided behavior of the criminals.
Take a look at this report from The Daily Mail, if you have a strong stomach:
A policeman was starting an 18-year jail sentence today for sex abuse which a judge described as one of the ‘most despicable’ cases he had ever heard.
The 43-year-old officer was sacked from Thames Valley Police after being disciplined for repeatedly threatening witnesses who had lodged complaints against him.
He had also phoned a 14-year-old girl witness in a case he was dealing with and asking her to go on a date him.
Judge Francis Sheriden jailed paedophile policeman Mohammed Younas after hearing how he raped a girl who was just seven years old and continued to abuse her for eight years.
He had also turned up to work drunk after consuming a bottle of vodka and was found wandering the streets randomly stopping traffic whilst on duty.
Despite his dismissal from the force, the judge heard that the sexual abuse of the girl, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, increased,
Younas attacked the young girl, the court was told, because his wife refused to have sex with him. He also forced another child to touch his genitals.
‘This was the most despicable offence. It’s hard to imagine a worse case,’ Judge Sheridan told the disgraced constable as he stood in the dock at Aylesbury Crown Court.
Younas had denied the 15 counts of rape and sexual assault against him but was found guilty by a jury and on Friday was sentenced to 18 years in prison.
The court had heard Younas came to the UK from Pakistan and was descended from a respectable family with two of his sisters being consultant doctors and another being a headteacher.
His father was a retired colonel in the Pakistan Army.
However the judge was told that Younas, from High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, suffered a nervous breakdown due to his unhappy marriage and went off the rails as a police officer.
By American standards, eighteen years does not seem like a stiff sentence for such a heinous crime. By European standards, however, it’s quite tough, and Mr. Younas could have expected an easier time of it in certain Continental countries.
I wonder how soon he can expect to be released…
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Hat tip: Gaia.